[CentOS] with Centos6 i cant Partition on 3TB Disks, problem
an.euroford at gmail.com
Mon Jan 16 05:44:30 UTC 2012
At 2012-01-11 Wed 13:21 -0500，m.roth at 5-cent.us wrote：
> Hi, Marko,
> Marko Weber wrote:
> > i try to install Centos 6 on a Server with 2x 3TB Disks.
> > When anaconda is showing up the disk partitioner i cant
> > do more then 3 "normal Partitions" or more then 3 "Raid Partitions".
> > Even when u choose that each partition is 200mb, u cant do more then
> > 3 "normal" or "raid" partitions.
> > is this a bug of anaconda installer?
> I *think* disk druid (or whatever it's called) is based on fdisk.
I'm sure anaconda use parted and CentOS6 support GPT.
> larger than 2TB partitions, you need parted or gparted. Consider
> a) booting off a rescue disk
> b) using gparted to partition them: note that you *will* need to make
> them gpt, *not* the normal mbr.
> c) make usable partitions for /boot and /.
> d) make larger partitions for whatever else you want.
> The normal goes back to the M$ DOS days, and 2TB is the max, and only four
> primary partitions are allowed. Beyond that, you make an extended
> partition, and make partitions in that.
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